Htc Annual Report 2012 Essay

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CORPORATE

CHAPTER 5
CAPITAL AND SHARES

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GOVERNANCE

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CHAPTER 6
FINANCIAL STATUS, OPERATING

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LETTER TO HTC SHAREHOLDERS

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RESULTS AND RISK MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 2
COMPANY PROFILE

CHAPTER 3
BUSINESS OPERATIONS

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CHAPTER 8
FINANCIAL INFORMATION

CHAPTER 7
AFFILIATE INFORMATION AND OTHER SPECIAL NOTES

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LETTER TO HTC SHAREHOLDERS

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LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

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LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

Dear shareholders,
Faced with increasingly intense competitive pressure in the global smartphone market, HTC Corporation (HTC) has in the past year continued to allocate resources to product development,
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The new headquarters achieved LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification. With the implementation of an all-weather carbon reduction program and provision of a quality workplace, colleagues can maximize their creative enthusiasm and lofty dreams. In July, our CEO was invited to pass the Olympic torch in London, promoting the symbols of friendship, honor, peace, and the Olympic spirit of fair competition. On top of that, he was able to publicize the concept of technological innovation at HTC, garnering international attention. In November, HTC reached a settlement with Apple, as both sides agreed to

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drop all patent litigation and signed a 10-year patent licensing contract. Both companies can now focus on product and research development.

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LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

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LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

At the end 2012, HTC released a corporate image advertisement. From a human perspective, employees were invited to convey HTC's positive attitude and share the power that comes from the commitment to our dreams. HTC fully demonstrates the determination of our continued investment in research, innovation, and marketing. Facing stern competition in the 2013 smartphone market, HTC will utilize its substantial resources and strengths to exhibit stronger momentum.

TITAN II, and the critically acclaimed entry-level Desire series smartphones. In the high-end space, HTC

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